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I remember those candy cigarettes! I don't think I've seen them in 50 years!
Just as the candy cigarettes were meant to make smoking seem fun to children, so these guns are meant to hook very young tots. I had no idea that we as a society would be crazy enough to make or market guns aimed at little children! We have product safety rules for stuffed animals--What kind of sense does it make to entrust a small child with a lethal weapon?
What does the NRA have to say about this little girl's death? They seem suspiciously silent. These people are absolutely drenched in the blood of innocents. They have no shame whatsoever.
Can we hear from some posters on the right who agree that we shouldn't market guns designed for children? Where is the outrage over this incident?
This story brought several random thoughts to mind. One is the candy cigarette pack that was around when I was a child and which today may even be illegal; certainly if distributed by a tobacco company they would be. Another is the fact that young children aren't allowed to drive a car because it's too dangerous. Others are our drinking-age laws. Still another was the fact that NONE of the people I knew when my children were young would even allow TOY guns in their homes much less the real thing. Final thought: the gross stupidity of people who say" "guns don't kill".
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